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Phase 3 came out with the same style frame. They are a private bike shop and had a few decent riders in the early 80's. Phases's and a littlejohns favor each other except the bow in the top bar is a spitting image of a phase 3. if you have a Phase 3- it is an outstanding frame. A little heavy, but in that era it was acceptable.
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RE:AGE / VALUE:can anyone identify this bike posted by frisbeetom on 6/11/2006 at 6:07:38 AM
i side with the magnacruiser crew...or something. had a cruiser class 26 chrome something in 82. converted to 4spd with bar end shifter or shortrise-crossbarred spmething. had yellow hubs/red rims . through bicycle exchange, fairfax va 1982. check jim strang in vienna va
RE:AGE / VALUE:can anyone identify this bike posted by Austin on 7/5/2006 at 9:21:36 PM
I used to have a Gary Littlejohn 26 and that frame looks identical. Cool frame but the front end geometry was crap.
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